Jun 3, 2011, 3:16 PM
T. Central FC made it to the quarterfinals of the competition after beating Juventus FC 4-3 in a penalties shoot-out, following a 1-1 draw in regulation time at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium on Sunday.
Sulayman Jallow had put T. Central ahead in the 64th minute of the game from a spot kick, but Makael Badjie leveled the scores for his side with 3 minutes remaining. Thus the game ended 1-all resulting in post match penalty kicks, which ended 4-3 in favour of T. Central FC.
Culture FC sailed through after overcoming BJ’s Academy on penalties, after playing a goalless draw in their encounter played at the East park on Saturday at 5pm.
Hannover FC advanced to the quarterfinals stage of the competition thanks to a 1-nil win over Nguma FC on the same day at 3pm.
Rangers FC booked their place to the quarterfinals of the league competition, after defeating One Love FC on penalties after playing a draw at the East Park on Friday at 5pm.
Latrikunda United booked their ticket after securing a 1-nil win over Ebbeh Gi FC in the 3pm encounter of the same day.
Milan FC qualified to the quarterfinals of the league trophy, after beating Milan Rossoneri FC on penalties after drawing 1-all during their game played on Thursday at 5pm.
Wuyeh Drammeh opened the score line for Milan FC in the 33rd minute, but his goal was cancelled by Milan Rossoneri FC’s skipper Adama Sambou in the 45th minute of the game, when he leveled the scores for his side; thus the game proceeded to penalty kicks, which Milan FC won.
Blue Stars FC made it to the quarterfinals of the competition, after beating Leeds United by 7-6 I in a penalties shoot-out, after a 1-1 draw in regulation time.
Alfusainey Jatta gave Blue Stars FC the lead in the 6th minute of the encounter, but Modou Lamin Joof equalized for Leeds United in the 69th minute. Thus the game ended 1-1 and proceeded to penalty kicks, which went 7-6 in favour of Blue Stars FC.